Virus Conversations

by Michele Leavitt

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Acknowledgments for the poems on the audio and bonus PDF chapbook:

The following poems have been previously published as noted, sometimes in different form.
“Citizen D Says, ‘Bring Me Waterlilies’.” Ragazine.CC: The Online Magazine of Art, Information and Entertainment. 5:6, Nov –Dec 2009.

“Citizen A’s Short History of Addiction.” The Glass Transition. (Chapbook) Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line Press, 2010.

“Citizen E says ‘Even though my body wants to cleave in two to hold her’.” Mezzo Cammin: An online journal of formalist poetry by women. < www.mezzocammin.com/> Vol. 5, Issue 1. June 2010.

“The City Confesses Its Mistakes,” “Citizen C Bargains with the Gods,” and “The City Strategizes.” Mezzo Cammin: an online journal of formalist poetry by women. < www.mezzocammin.com/> Vol. 6, Issue 2. January 2012.

“Viral Ode to Blood,” “Citizen H Loses a Brother,” “The City’s Ode to Skin,” and “The Virions Strategize.” Tower Journal <http://towerjournal.com/spring_2013/index.html> Vol. 5, No. 3. Spring/Summer 2013.

“Citizen T, before he faded.” Back East. Westbrook, ME: Moon Pie Press, 2013.


The author recommends these links:
www.hcvadvocate.org/index.asp
hepc.liverfoundation.org


Interested in more poems by Michele Leavitt? Check out her chapbook from Finishing Line Press, THE GLASS TRANSITION.

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released August 22, 2014

Poems by Michele Leavitt, recited by the author.

Editor, Mark Ari

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